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A billboard featuring images of multiple butts “baring” smiley faces will be featured in Times Square in New York. read more »
Japanese love hotels enjoy 200% occupancy rates, but crushing mortgages suck up renovation cash needed to attract carnal clientele. Enter "pink real estate funds", white knights who know that when it comes to sex, there's never "no vacancy". read more »
McDonald's, one of the world's largest fast food chains began selling plain, vanilla and hazelnut iced coffees at 700 locations in and around Chicago. For the last few months, the drinks have been sold in New York, Boston and a few other major markets.
To promote the drinks, McDonald's, with agency BBD, has displayed coffee mugs frozen in ice in Seattle.
First it was Home Electronics, next it was Cars... now Japan has raised the stakes, aiming for world dominance in Kit Kat chocolate bars.
The children's toy vehicle market has taken "largely" to outdoor advertising. read more »
According to Inc.com, and many others in the advertising industry, outdoor campaigns are suddenly cool…again. read more »
Have you ever received a "less than perfect" looking meal from your favorite fast food restaurant? For example, have you ever received this?
When based on the Arby's magazine ad you were expecting your roast beef and cheddar to look like this?
The Cell Phone Lighter from Nodaya Denki in Black, Red, Silver, Blue and Green answers the call for a cheap, reliable lighter that looks remarkably like a neat little cell phone. read more »
Teleglass T3-F Video Eyeglasses are one of the first Head Mounted Display (HMD) units that allow the user to function normally in everyday situations. Once they catch on, they'll likely do for the eye what the Bluetooth receiver has done for the ear. read more »